Manifesto for a Post-Materialist Science

A group of internationally known scientists from a variety of scientific fields (biology, neuroscience, psychology, medicine, psychiatry), who participated in an international summit on post-materialist science, spirituality and society, has posted on the Open Sciences website a Manifest for a Post-Materialist Science for all to read and for other scientists to sign. The Maniefesto also appears as a guest editorial in the September-October 2014 issue of Explore: The Journal of Science and Healing.


The purpose of the Open Sciences website is to act as a portal for open-minded scientific investigations that go beyond the dogmas that dominate so much of science today. – About

The new website is already a rich source of related resources including publications, organizations, videos, blogs, open questions, and events.

2 thoughts on “Manifesto for a Post-Materialist Science

  1. Yale Landsberg

    You have a splenid blog. And it compels me to presume to ask you this hopefully not silly question…

    If one uses a “triune nature of wholeness and oness” method of observing both change and homeostasis, might that contribute in any way to your non-materalist science paradigm?

    That being said, sir, might you and/or some of your colleagues care to know more about a new kind of experimental mathematics? It is one that reveals a vertical “parts and multiples of zero” line orthogonally intersecting with a horizontal real number line. Btw, that unexpected emergence is currently being explored by some mathematicians in Europe and a doctoral student in Israel because it seems to have both Necker Cube-like mathematics of consciousness aspects, as well as some curious aspects of Newtonian, qm and relativity physics.

    Warmest regards and max pax



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